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Spring Term 3 Hawthorn Class newsletter

This term in English we will be continuing and finishing ‘Holes’. We will base most of our written work on this including diary writing; discursive writing; recount; a short story and factual information. Comprehension will be based on old SATs papers, with children learning how to approach the test and in particular the longer questions.

In SPAG we will learn about passive and active; connectives; prepositions; comparative and superlative adjectives.

In spelling, we will focus on learning rules and continue to utilise our spelling boxes.

In maths this term, we will spend almost the whole term on fractions and decimals. We will revise what a fraction is and know its equivalent decimal and percentage. Also, the children will need to know how to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions. This obviously includes equivalent fractions and understanding how to simplify and expand. Children also will be taught how to find fractions of quantities.

Our topic this term will be Rainforests. It will include where in the World they are and the climate. Once we have established the general geography of them, we will concentrate on the Amazon rainforest. Looking at layers of the forest, we will explore how this gives different habitats. Also we will find out about the plants and animals that live there. We will go on to think about indigenous tribes and deforestation in term 4.

Other important information:-

The Spring term is vital for the year 6s. The term will be hard work and children are expected to work to the best of their ability and complete homework set on time.

 

PE – Wednesdays and Friday

Please ensure your child has the correct PE kit and a coat to walk to the Village Hall or they will miss their lesson and work in another class.

Maths homework is set at the beginning of the week to be given in on the following  Monday. English homework is set on Thursdays to be in the following Thursday.

All children must know their tables up to 12x12 and read at least 3 times a week.

Please hear them read regularly and question them on the text.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns.

 

 

 

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